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 Express 1  (Schnellboot)
vor 7 Min von Timsen

Allision with a fender
The 'Express 1' allided with a fender upon its entry to Rønne om Sep 18, 2018, at 1.40 p.m. The fender subsequently sank to the bottom, but was later recovered by a port crane. The 'Express 1', which was sailing on the Rønne-Ystad route, could continue as scheduled. Danish report with photo: https://bornholm.nu/?Id=87141

 Maysora  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Min von Timsen

Livestock carrier allowed to sail
The Australian Government allowed the "Maysora" to load 30,000 sheep and sail. The vessel was one of a few twin-tier ships that are set to be banned from trading in Australia by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority. This development came as the RSPCA was awaiting the results of a Freedom of Information request to access images and footage captured on board live sheep export ships, since the government began placing departmental observers on board in April.

 General Jackson  (Schlepper)
vor 24 Min von Timsen

Tug disabled in Vancouver
The "General Jackson" was disabled due to an engine failure in Vancouver, British Columbia, in position 49 17.883 N, 123 06.262 W, on Sep 16, 2018, at 10.20 a.m. The tug "Arctic Taglu" took the vessel in towand secured it to the mooring buoys.

 Cl Aquarius  (Tanker)
vor 26 Min von Timsen

Bow thruster damage off Vancouver
The "CL Aquarius", being under the conduct of a pilot, reported that the bow thruster was not operational while manoeuvring in Vancouver, British Columbia, in position 49 17.101N, 123 10.772W, on Sep 16, 2018, at 2.50 p.m.

 Celebrity Millennium  (Passagierschiff)
vor 32 Min von Timsen

Blackout in Strait of Georgia
The "Celebrity Millennium", being under the conduct of a pilot, was disabled due to a blackout while transiting the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, in position 49 19.991 N, 123 52.282 W, on Sep 14, 2018, at 8 p.m. The crew made repairs and the vessel continued its voyage from Vancouver to Sitka.

 Arctic  (Schlepper)
vor 37 Min von Timsen

Towing wire fouled propeller
The "Arctic" caught a towline in its propeller steering gear complex, while towing the barge "Ark-12" at the 76-km mark on the Volga-Caspian Ship Canal, in the vicinity of Olya Roadstead, on Sep 17, 2018, at 07.40 a.m. At 08.25 a.m. the "Arctic" anchored, in order to clear the propeller. At 10.30 p.m., the towing wire was removed and the line was reconnected, so that the tug and its barge could proceed towards its destination.

 Nautica  (Passagierschiff)
vor 46 Min von Timsen

Cruise ship returned to quay
Since the afternoon of Sep 19. 2018, the "Nautica", having broken lose from its moorings at 11 a.m. and being held at sea, was assisted by the tugs 'Anglegarth‘ and 'Ayton Cross‘. They pushed the cruise ship against the quay of the Greenock Ocean Terminal until the wind abated. 478 passengers and 26 crew members were ashore when the ship broke lose in gusts of up to 90 m/h, caused by storm Ali. They were being looked after by the shore operations teams until conditions were safe enough for the vessel to be returned to the passenger terminal. The Greenock Town Hall was made available to passengers looking for shelter until conditions were safe enough for the vessel to return to the terminal at 9 p.m. Staff from Inverclyde Leisure and Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership assisted, and the passengers were even entertained by a piper. The vessel is on a 12-night British Isles cruise. The ship arrived in from Edinburgh and was bound to Belfast after the Clyde. Reports with photos and video: https://www.express.co.uk... uk.businessinside... https://www.bbc.co.uk/new... https://www.inverclydenow... https://www.greenockteleg...

 Olympias Tigress  (Segelschiff)
vor 1 Std von Timsen

Yacht grounded on Bramble Bank
On Sep 17, 2018, the "Olympuas Tigress" grounded on a the Bramble Banks at the entrance to Southampton Water, in strong winds and choppy seas, and led to Cowes lifeboat playing an uncomfortable waiting game for some two hours, before being joined by Yarmouth lifeboat. The yacht, with two people aboard,was hard aground. Although the RNLI’s Atlantic 85 rib "Sheena Louise" lost little time in crossing the Solent, after launching at 1.50 p.m., it soon became apparent that the crew would have to wait a long time for the tide to rise sufficiently for the yacht to float free. During the long wait it was decided that it would be prudent for Yarmouth’s all-weather more powerful lifeboat to provide on-the-scene backup. Finally, at 4 p.m. a crew member the yacht radioed to say they had regained full buoyancy. The long-awaited tow could then be carried out. Initially the yacht was towed off the bank by Cowes lifeboat, then the task was taken over by the Yarmouth lifeboat which delivered the yacht to Cowes Yacht Haven where its hull could be inspected for possible damage. Report with photo: https://rnli.org/news-and-media/2018/september/18/grounded-yacht-leads-to-long-wait-for-cowes-lifeboat

 Star Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 1 Std von Timsen

Dolphin helicopter medevaced woman after gastro issues
The US Coast Guard medevaced a 76-year-old woman approximately 35 miles southwest of the Golden Gate Bridge, in the morning of Sep 18, 2018. The "Star Princess" contacted Coast Guard Sector San Francisco watchstanders at approximately 5 a.m. requesting assistance for a passenger experiencing symptoms of gastrointestinal issues. A Coast Guard Air Station San Francisco MH-65 Dolphin helicopter crew and a Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento C-27 Spartan aircraft crew launched to assist. Once on scene, the Dolphin crew lowered a rescue swimmer who assisted with hoisting the woman into the helicopter. The Dolphin crew arrived at Stanford Hospital shortly after 8 a.m., and transferred the woman to awaiting medical personnel.

 Roymar  (Fischfangboot)
vor 1 Std von Timsen

Fishing vessel sank after fire
On Sep 19,, 2018, the "Roymar" caught fire 30 miles north of Burela. The crew of five fled into a raft and was rescued by the helicopter Pesca 2. They were taken to the Heliport Celeiro. The "Salvamar Alioth" and the "SAR Gavia" of Salvamento Marítimo in vain tried to extinguish the fire. At 3 p.m. the gutted wrack sank north of Ribadeo. Photos: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DndMtwmW0AADchU.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DndMvruW4AYEdWV.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DndMyAVW4AAtOEJ.jpg

 Celebrity Infinity  (Passagierschiff)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Cruise Ship Celebrity Infinity Not Stopping in Costa Rica Due To Strike
Costa Rica News – A cruise with 3,500 tourists had to cancel its stop in Puntarenas, Costa Rica, due to the strike going on in the country. The company, Celebrity Cruises, preferred to avoid the risk of passengers getting stuck in road blocks, which would affect the itinerary. The Infinity ship had planned to dock there today at 6 am but the operators canceled the stop to avoid delays caused by the strike of public unions protesting the tax reform currently being considered. It had planned to be in the country just 10 hours and various companies were ready to take passengers on tours that will now be lost because there would be no guarantee passengers could make it back to the ship before departure. At least 300 Costa Ricans were affected directly with lost sales in tours, meals, transportation, and souvenirs. Some of the affected plan to go in the minibuses that were ready for tourists to confront the unionists blocking roads.

 Seabourn Ovation  (Passagierschiff)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

World's newest mega yacht luxury cruise ship Seabourn Ovation docks in Falmouth
One of the world's newest and most luxurious cruise ships has docked in Cornwall. The Seabourn Ovation visited Falmouth as part of its maiden year tour of Europe. The mega yacht class ship, which has 604 passengers on board, was built by Fincantieri in Sestri Ponente, Italy, over the last two years and was delivered to its owners Seabourn Cruise Line in April this year. The £290 million cruise ship, which operates under a Bahamas flag, is the fifth to be delivered to her owners in the last decade. https://www.cornwalllive....

 Star Princess  (Passagierschiff)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Coast Guard medevacs woman from cruise ship 35 miles from Golden Gate Bridge
The Coast Guard rescued a 76-year-old woman about 35 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018. The cruise ship’s crew Star Princess notified the San Francisco air station that the woman was experiencing gastrointestinal issues.

vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Anchorage's final cruise ship of the season leaves town Monday night
ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - It's as much a sign of the changing seasons as the yellow leaves and bulky jackets: The last cruise ship of the year, in Anchorage, docked Monday morning and will leave about 10 p.m. the same night. The cruise industry as a whole is one of the bright economic spots in what has been a less-than-exciting past few years. "It is doing very, very well. The demand has stayed," Ralph Samuels, vice president of external relations for Holland America Line, said. According to the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation's 3-year outlook, growth in cruise passenger traffic this year and next will pump another $100 million into the Alaska economy, and push total summer visitor spending to well over $2 billion. Samuels calls this year a "record" and says next year will most likely be the same. "About 1.2 million, that will be a record year for cruise traffic this year," Samuels said, "next year will be probably 1.3 million. So it will be another record year." Samuels says that about 60 percent of the total traffic that arrives in Alaska gets here by ship. He says out of the other 40 percent, a quarter of those visitors have previously cruised to Alaska and have returned to the state on their own. "Alaska is a unique enough destination to be very different, but it is still affordable enough to go to," Samuels said.

 Carnival Horizon  (Passagierschiff)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Newest Carnival Cruise Ship Departs New York for the Final Time
Cruise itineraries out of New York City have now been completed by the newest Carnival cruise ship Carnival Horizon. The ship has already departed the Manhatten cruise terminal and heading down south to Miami, Florida. Carnival Horizon Completes New York Deployment The carnival ship is now making her way towards Miami, Florida after completing a series of sailings based out of New York City. Carnival Horizon departed on September 17 for the final time with no guest onboard. The ship was sailing a summer schedule of 4-day cruises to Bermuda and 8-day cruises to the Caribbean since first arriving in the U.S. for the very first time May. The ship will arrive at PortMiami on September 20 to begin her new year-round service from the cruise capital of the world. Carnival Horizon which is the second Vista class ship will operate 6-day and 8-day Caribbean itineraries but will first sail a special one time 2-night sailing to Nassau, Bahamas. The first official regular sailing from Miami will depart on September 22.

 Langley Douglas  (Fischfangboot)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Marine Accident Brief: Capsizing and Sinking of Fishing Vessel Langley Douglas
Executive Summary ​On the morning of September 11, 2017, the commercial fishing vessel Langley Douglas developed a port list, capsized, and subsequently sank 60 miles east of Cape Charles, Virginia. A US Coast Guard helicopter rescued the five people on board. No injuries or pollution were reported. The Langley Douglas was valued at $1.95 million. Probable Cause ​The National Transportation Safety Board determines that the probable cause of the capsizing and sinking of fishing vessel Langley Douglas was the captain’s decision to unload a large catch that overflowed the pen and spilled out on deck, which―coupled with trapped water on deck due to blocked freeing ports and shifting of liquids in partially filled tanks―caused the vessel to roll to port and downflood.

vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Fishing vessel on fire while docked in Witless Bay
On September 15, 2018, at approximately 2:45 a.m., Ferryland RCMP were called to a fishing vessel that was on fire. The vessel was docked at the Witless Bay Marina. Witless Bay Fire Department attended and extinguished the fire. The vessel was significantly damaged. There were no people in or near the boat. The Fire Commissioner's Office was contacted and attended the scene. The investigation is ongoing.

vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Coast Guard assists after shing vessel capsizes
The Coast Guard assisted in the rescue of four crewmembers from a shing vessel after it capsized near Sabine Pass on Tuesday morning. Eighth Coast Guard District watchstanders in New Orleans received an emergency position indicating radio beacon signal from the 65-foot shing vessel Captain M&M, which provided an approximate location of the vessel, and launched an Air Station Houston MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew. Sector Houston-Galveston watchstanders launched a Station Sabine 45-foot Response Boat-Medium boat crew and sent out an urgent marine information broadcast with the vessel’s location.

 Lisboa
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Lisbon Stevedores to Stage 24-Hour Strike on Sept. 20
Portuguese stevedoring unions are planning to stage a 24-hour strike on September 20, bringing the port operations in Leixoes and Lisbon to a halt. The strike period had started on September 10, and will last for a month, ending on October 8. However, the strike is only in force for the extra time periods except for the planned one-day stoppage planned for Thursday. Shipping companies are already feeling the impact and have announced measures. “This strike will unfortunately affect the normal activities in the ports of Leixoes and Lisbon, mainly vessel’s arrivals and departures

vor 5 Std von arnekiel

Portugal Stevedores to Stage 24-Hour Strike on Sept. 20
Portuguese stevedoring unions are planning to stage a 24-hour strike on September 20, bringing the port operations in Leixoes and Lisbon to a halt. The strike period had started on September 10, and will last for a month, ending on October 8. However, the strike is only in force for the extra time periods except for the planned one-day stoppage planned for Thursday. Shipping companies are already feeling the impact and have announced measures. “This strike will unfortunately affect the normal activities in the ports of Leixoes and Lisbon, mainly vessel’s arrivals and departures.

 Sunflower Kirishima  (Passagierschiff)
vor 5 Std von arnekiel

MOL Launches Large-Scale Ferry Sunflower Kirishima
The newly built large-scale ferry Sunflower Kirishima, operated by Mitsui O.S.K. Lines’ subsidiary Ferry Sunflower, was launched on September 15. Following the launching ceremony, the vessel, which has room for 20% more truck compared to its old namesake, departed the Nanko Sunflower Terminal in Osaka Prefecture for the Port of Shibushi, Kagoshima Prefecture. With a length of 192 meters and a breadth of 27 meters, the new ferry features a gross tonnage of 13,659 tons. It has a capacity to carry over 700 passengers and 121 large trucks.

 Venta Maersk  (Frachtschiff)
vor 6 Std von arnekiel

Venta Maersk Makes History as It Crosses Northern Sea Route
Maersk’s ice-class ship Venta Maersk has navigated through the Northern Sea Route for the first time. “The vessel left the port of Vladivostok on August 23 and passed through Bering Strait around September 6. At the moment, Venta Maersk is sailing down the coast of Norway and it looks like she will arrive in St Petersburg next week,” Maersk spokesperson confirmed to World Maritime News. “All is well aboard. The vessel is performing well and all systems are working.” The 3,600 TEU Venta Maersk is the world’s first commercial containership to venture through the route, as the lane was reserved for tankers and most recently passenger ships. Maersk described its decision to send one of its boxships to transit the route as a trial run aimed at collecting scientific data.

vor 6 Std von arnekiel

Greenland Supports Ban of HFO in Arctic
The Government of Greenland (Naalakkersuisut) has voiced its support for International Maritime Organization’s ban on the use and carriage of heavy fuel oil in the Arctic region. Namely, the government has agreed to actively work for a ban on HFO in Arctic shipping, covering both navigation and transport of HFO in the region. The move follows an analysis undertaken by Greenland, which showed that an HFO ban on sailing will be associated with a socioeconomic cost of around DKK 8.1 million (USD 1.27 million) per year. The authority explained that HFO should be avoided due to dangers involving maritime casualties which can have major environmental and economic consequences.

vor 6 Std von arnekiel

Gulftainer Signs 50-Year Concession for Port of Wilmington
UAE-based port operator Gulftainer has signed a 50-year concession deal with the state of Delaware to operate and develop the Port of Wilmington. Under the agreement, which was signed by Gulftainer’s subsidiary GT USA, the company would invest will see an expected investment of up to USD 600 million in the port to upgrade and expand the terminal and to turn it into one of the largest facilities of its kind on the Eastern Seaboard. The investment includes USD 400 million on a new 1.2 million TEU container facility at DuPont’s former Edgemoor site, which was acquired by the Diamond State Port Corporation in 2016. Plans for the port also include development of all cargo terminal capabilities at the facility and enhancement of its overall productivity.

 Jacqueline C  (Frachtschiff)
vor 6 Std von arnekiel

Crew Member of Carisbroke’s Vessel Arrested in Drug Bust
A crew member of Jacqueline C, a general cargo ship owned by Carisbrooke Shipping, was arrested by Canadian authorities during a drug bust in Valleyfield, Canada. “The vessel underwent a customs search resulting in a number of bags being removed and the crew member being detained,” the company said in a statement on Tuesday, September 18.

 Fres  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 6 Std von arnekiel

Product tanker FRES runs aground at Kanavas beach, Milos island
Product tanker FRES on Sep 19 with 1000 tons of fuel on board ran aground at Kanavas beach, Milos island, Greece, while approaching pier, said Focus News. According to AIS track, tanker ran aground at around 0540 UTC, was refloated in 3 hours, and moored. No leak reported.

 Nautica  (Passagierschiff)
vor 6 Std von arnekiel

NAUTICA broke off moorings at Greenock
Cruise ship NAUTICA broke off her moorings at Greenock, Glasgow, Scotland, as severe wind battered the area, at around 1030 UTC Sep 19. The ship with 478 passengers on board started to drift, 3 tugs were sent to take her under control said Express.co.uk. According to AIS, as of 1500 UTC operation was still under way, with two tugs still at her side. The ship was brought to anchor, but probably needs assistance to hold on against gale-force wind

 Dongwoogas  (Tanker)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

arrived Chittagong Anchorage
arrived Chittagong Anchorage 19.09.18

 Misr Gulf XII  (Schlepper)
vor 11 Std von BerndU

Beached
Beached at Aliaga 19.09.18

 Dl Lavender  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Medevac off Dutch Harbor
A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-65 Dolphin helicopter aircrew medevaced a man from the 5"DL Lavender" 92 miles southwest of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, on Sep 18, 2018. Coast Guard 17th District Command Center watchstanders received initial notification from the ship’s agent on Sep 17 afternoon stating a crew member had possible stroke symptoms. A Coast Guard duty flight surgeon was briefed, and due to the man’s symptoms, the flight surgeon recommended a medevac. Command center watchstanders instructed the DL Lavender master to transit toward Dutch Harbor and directed a Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak HC-130 Hercules aircrew to deliver a Kodiak-based rescue swimmer ni the evening to an awaiting Dolphin helicopter aircrew in Dutch Harbor. Additionally, an MH-60 Jayhawk aircrew was on stand-by in Cold Bay with a second HC-130 aircrew launched to provide communications coverage during the medevac. The Dolphin aircrew hoisted and transported a 48-year-old crew member from the "DL Lavender" to awaiting LifeMed personnel in Dutch Harbor for further care and transport to Anchorage. Weather on scene was 3-foot seas and 10 mph winds.

 Volgo-don 155  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Collision on Volgo-Balt-Canal
The Russian cargo m/v "Omskiy 135" was in collision with the "Volgo-Don 155" while anchoring at lock No.6, at km mark 847 on the Volgo-Balt Canal, on Sep 15, 2018, at 08.50 a.m. The "Omskiy 135" sustained minor damage to the stern and to the port side bulwark. The "Volgo-Don 155" suffered superficial damage to paintwork on the starboard bow.

 Omskiy-135  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Collision on Volgo-Balt-Canal
The "Omskiy 135" was in collision with the cargo m/v "Volgo-Don 155" while anchoring at lock No.6, at km mark 847 on the Volgo-Balt Canal, on Sep 15, 2018, at 08.50 a.m. The "Omskiy 135" sustained minor damage to the stern and to the port side bulwark. The "Volgo-Don 155" suffered superficial damage to paintwork on the starboard bow.

 Kapitan Permyakov  (Tanker)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Tanker refloated on Don
The product tanker "Volgoneft 117" has commenced the offloading of fuel from the grounded "Kapitan Permyakov" on Sep 17 at 05.30 a.m. The vessel was refloated at 12.20 p.m. The tanker, carrying a cargo of 4,294 tons of fuel, veered off the fairway and ran aground, while anchoring at the 3116.1 km mark on the River Don, on Sep 12 at 11 p.m.. At 9 a.m. on Sep 13, the tug Priboy" was sent to the scene to assist, and at 1 p.m. the tug "RT-612" arrived at the grounding position and commenced refloating operations.

 Zapolyarye  (Frachtschiff)
vor 12 Std von Timsen

Bulkcarrier towed to safety
The Spanish maritime authorities decided to shelter the "Zapolyarye", stranded on Ceuta anchorage for 2,5 months due to a debt-ridden owner insolvency, at Motril. The ship was taken on tow by the SAR tug "Luz de Mar" (IMO: 9320104) in the evening Sep 18, ETA Motril Sep 19. The ship’s fuel was down to six tons, which was not enough in case of an emergency, if rough weather struck the bulk carrier on Ceuta’s outer anchorage.

 Hyundai Supreme  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

HHLA Transports Ship Propeller for Hyundai Supreme
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) loaded the biggest ship propeller in the world onto a vessel. The “HHLA IV” floating crane brought the gigantic 110-tonne object to the port of Waltershof, where it was hoisted onto the “Hyundai Supreme” container ship. It was the most powerful ship propeller to have ever been lifted by the hook of a HHLA floating crane. Although HHLA regularly loads the specialised products of Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH (MMG) onto ships in Hamburg, the latest propeller, with a weight of 110 tonnes and a diameter of 10.50 metres, surpassed anything that had ever been seen at the port before.

 Bw Adolo  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

BW Adolo FPSO Produces First Oil
BW Offshore has announced that first oil from the BW Adolo FPSO was safely achieved on Sunday, 18 months after the initial investment was made in the Dussafu license offshore Gabon. "We have achieved first oil from the Dussafu license within budget and on schedule," said Carl K. Arnet, the CEO of BW Offshore. "The execution of the Dussafu project confirms the attractiveness of our model by combining proven resources, a resourceful organisation and access to production assets to achieve short time-to-oil." The BW Adolo arrived in Gabon in late July and hook up of mooring systems and installation of risers and umbilicals were completed in September. The project was safely completed without any harm to people or the environment. The FPSO is installed on the Tortue field, one of five proven discoveries in the Dussafu license. The BW Adolo is a converted VLCC with a production capacity of 40,000 barrels of oil per day. The vessel has undergone an increased life extension scope enabling an extended production profile on the back of positive reserve developments.

 YM Wellbeing  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Yang Ming Launches New Container Vessel, 'YM Wellbeing'
YM Wellbeing, a new 14,000 TEU full-container vessel built by Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., was named at a ceremony held on 18th September, 2018. YM Wellbeing, constructed by Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., is the first of five 14,000 TEU full-container vessels Yang Ming chartered from Shoei Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.. Furthermore, YM Wellbeing is the 16th 14,000 TEU vessel to join Yang Ming’s global container fleet. This new ship is designed with a nominal capacity 14,220 TEU and equipped with 1,000 reefer plugs, LOA 366.44 meters, beam 51.2 meters, summer draft on 15.524 meters. The vessel can cruise at a speed up to 23 knots. Yang Ming as usual strives for environmental protection by adopting the most eco-friendly design and modern equipment for its ships in compliance with the latest international regulation.

vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service on September 19, 2018 again
Great South lock at Brunsbüttel out of service due to maintenance works fro 07.00 am until 15.45pm today on September 19, 2018. Great North lock and both small locks are operational

 Kiel
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

New South lock at Kiel Canal out of order on Sept. 19
New South lock at Kiel Canal out of order on Sept. 19 from 08.00 am until 13.00 hrs pm due to maintenance work, North lock remains operational

 Artemis  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Diana Shipping Announces Time Charter Contract For M/V Artemis
Diana Shipping Inc., a global shipping company specializing in the ownership of dry bulk vessels, today announced that, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, it has entered into a time charter contract with Ausca Shipping Limited, Hong Kong, for one of its Panamax dry bulk vessels, the m/v Artemis. The gross charter rate is US$12,600 per day, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties, for a period of minimum twelve (12) months to maximum fifteen (15) months. The charter is expected to commence on September 18, 2018. The m/v Artemis is currently chartered, as previously announced, at a gross charter rate of US$9,000 per day, minus a 5% commission paid to third parties.

 CMA CGM St Exupery  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Bio-Sea Installation A Success Aboard CMA CGM Flagship
BIO-UV Group has successfully installed and commissioned its BIO-SEA ballast water treatment system to CMA CGM’s new flagship, the 400m long, 20,600TEU CMA CGM Antoine De Saint Exupéry. The vessel, one of the largest containerships to be built by Hanjin Heavy Industries’ yard in the Philippines, and the largest to fly the French flag, was christened in Le Havre earlier this month by the Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, and the Minister in charge of Transport, Elisabeth Borne.

vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Bunker operations resume in Hong Kong after Typhoon Mangkhut
Bunker operations at the port of Hong Kong resumed Tuesday after being suspended over the weekend and Monday due to Typhoon Mangkhut, which made landfall on Sunday. The Hong Kong Observatory had removed all warnings related to the typhoon as of 12.05 am local time Tuesday (0405 GMT Monday).

 Kiel
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Ostuferhafen access area restructured: Old grain store demolition work begins
The PORT OF KIEL is completely restructuring the access area to the Ostuferhafen and has begun the partial demolition of a former grain storage facility. The demolition along with the integration of adjacent areas will free up 2.8 hectares in the port access area on which expanded hard standing space can be created for trucks, trailers and cars. So far separated pre stowage sectors can now be combined outside the ISPS-zone. Dr Dirk Claus, Managing Director of the PORT OF KIEL (SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG) said: “Cargo handling in the Ostuferhafen has increased in the last few years. The new access area will mean we can optimise logistics, accommodate the needs of forwarders for more space and handle more cruise shipping passengers.” A sum of €7.25 million overall is being invested in the project and funding from the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein has been applied for. The restructuring of the port access area involves the demolition of some 13,000 m² of warehousing as well as structural engineering, road works, drainage, lighting and the securing of the site. Access to the Ostuferhafen is guaranteed to remain unimpeded throughout the whole of the reconstruction period, which will last until the spring of next year.

 West Aquarius  (Sonstiges Schiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

ExxonMobil Contracts Semi-Submersible West Aquarius for Work Offshore Canada
Seadrill Partners announced it has secured a one-well contract with ExxonMobil for its semi-submersible West Aquarius off the east coast of Canada. Backlog for the firm portion of the contract is expected to be approximately $24 million and commencement is expected between May and July 2019, which works out to a day rate of approximately $260,000. The West Aquarius was previously contracted to BP for work in Canada from April to August 2018 at a day rate of $260,000, according to Seadrill’s latest fleet status update. West Aquarius was built in 2009 and has a maximum drilling depth of 10,000 feet.

vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Port of Wilmington, N.C. Still Shut Down Due to Florence’s Flooding
(Bloomberg) — The Port of Wilmington in North Carolina remains shut in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, freezing shipments of everything from fertilizer to textiles. Florence dropped as much as 40 inches (102 centimeters) of rain in some places as it passed over Wilmington on its way through North and South Carolina. Several major surrounding highways were flooded, limiting access to the coastal city and the port. The port said Tuesday that it plans to start receiving vessels at the end of the week and resume truck operations on Sept. 24.

 El Faro  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

NTSB Video Details the Investigation of the Sinking of U.S. Cargo Vessel El Faro
The investigation into the sinking of American cargo ship El Faro was one of the most complicated maritime investigations ever undertaken by the National Transportation Safety Board. In this 15 minute video, the NTSB summarizes the 2-year investigation into the October 1, 2015 sinking of the ship and the loss of all 33 mariners aboard. It also examines the NTSB’s determination of the cause of the accident and discusses associated recommendations to improve marine safety, as well as highlights the three missions undertaken to retrieve the voyage data recorder and document the wreckage at a depth of 15,000 feet beneath the ocean surface. https://youtu.be/66bvIgfHwYU

 Algoma Sault  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Experienced main engine shutdown
Experienced a main engine shutdown, while transiting in Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada, in position lat 042 26 30N, long 080 01 24W, on 27 Jul 2018. Arrived Port Colborne 28 Jul and sailed 29 Jul.

 Britta - K  (Frachtschiff)
vor 16 Std von arnekiel

Towed to Beiraut after engine breakdown
Had engine breakdown in Ajaccio Bay, Corsica, 02 Sep 2018. Engineers on board unable to repair. Vsl subjected to sanitary & mechanical inspection 04 Sep, found satisfactory. On 06 Sep tug Paul took vessel in tow, to Beirut, arrived 16 Sep.

 Earl Thorfinn  (Passagierschiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Ferry suffered bow thruster trouble
The "Earl Thorfinn" berthed in Kirkwall on Sep 15, 2018, at 2 p.m. to undergo repairs following a mechanical failure onboard the vessel. The ship had suffered a bow thruster breakdown in the afternoon of Sep 14. It was hoped the vessel would be able to return to normal service later this week. In the meantime, Orkney Ferries was working hard to accommodate all booked passengers throughout the period of disruption. This involved some combined sailings and changes to departure and arrival times.

 Mekhanik Pogodin  (Tanker)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

Motor boat slammed into tanker in Kherson
On Sep 16, 2018, at 8 p.m. the motorboat "Krym" slammed into the ‘Mekhanik Pogodin’ which was moored near Naftohavan in Kherson. The solid metal board was not damaged, and the boat was thrown to the concrete berth and rumpled quite a lot. However, its 38-year-old owner survived, but with a fractured head, a torn wound on the back and numerous bruises all over the body. He was taken from the place of the accident to regional clinical hospital. The causes of the accident were being investigated. The owner of the boat was in a state of alcoholic intoxication and could not immediately notice an obstacle in the dark and react in time. The tanker was blocked in the port of Kherson since August. The vessel was under sanctions of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine when it entered Kherson port. 12 Russian sailors were aboard the tanker.

 Maysora  (Frachtschiff)
vor 23 Std von Timsen

19 crew members left ship for unpaid wages
16 crew members from the "Maysora" presented themselves to Australian Border Force officers in the nightof Sep 18, 2018, claiming they had gone unpaid for a long period of time and did not want to return to the ship which was berthed in Fremantle. Another three crew members walked off the vessel in the run of the day. The crew were all from Pakistan. A number of the group have already been flown out of Australia. The Australian Border Force confirmed 19 crew members from the vessel had been detained at Fremantle after their maritime crew visas were ceased. The "Maysora" was loading both sheep and cattle. It was contracted by Perth-based Livestock Shipping Services, but owned by Jordan’s Mira Shipping. The shipment wA the first major transport of sheep from WA since Perth’s Emanuel Exports was blocked from trading by the Agriculture Department in Canberra.




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